It is now time to add which users you would like to migrate.
When migrating from G Suite, you will be able to get users by selecting the down arrow on Add items to migrate and then selecting Get items from source. If this option is unavailable, you can manually import users via a CSV file or simply add them individually via the Add User button.
Selecting a star next to any specific user or users will prioritize their migration. When a migration starts, threads will be assigned to any starred user so that their migration can start immediately.
At this point, you can choose what to migrate for each user by placing a tick in the relevant checkboxes. When migrating from G Suite, you can migrate mail, contacts, calendars, tasks, files, and sites.
Enter your user's full email address within the Export Name field. If you have already created your Office 365 users, then you will just need to enter their username.
To migrate from a G Suite Team Drive, add a new item using the orange plus and specify the export type as 'TeamDrive'. You must specify the ID of the Team Drive you wish to migrate from in 'Documents Path'. You can also specify any folder within a Team Drive. You must make sure your migrating account has organizer permissions for any Team Drives that are being migrated.
To migrate files to a G Suite Team Drive, either select the item you wish to migrate and select 'Migrate as Team Drive' from the actions menu or specify the import type as 'TeamDrive' when adding an item. You can then specify the name or ID of the Team Drive in the 'Given Name' field. If the Team Drive specified doesn't exist then it will be created. You can use a unique ID in the 'Import Name' field to identify the Team Drive across multiple migrations. You can specify a specific folder to migrate from in the 'Documents Path' field, this will migrate only the specified folder and all subfolders. Finally, you must make sure your migrating account has organizer permissions for any Team Drives that are being migrated.